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Grinds sufficient for espresso,
This review is from: Krups Twin Blade Coffee Mill (Kitchen & Home)
This is a good first grinding mill. Will grind fine enough for espresso and will also further grind coffee that is bought not fine enough. Don't use water to clean unless youw wait a long time for drying. I just grind ten to fifteen seconds ( three times five seconds) for espresso then empty and clean using an unused (for painting that is) half inch paint brush to remove all coffee powder without damaging grinding blades. Value for Money? - DEFINITELY.
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Initial post: 22 Jun 2010 10:59:16 BDT
Amazon Customer says:
That's a great tip about the paint brush. I don't have this coffee grinder but I have another that's hassle to clean, so I'll give that a go.
Posted on 1 May 2012 13:29:43 BDT
Square Peg 4 Round Hole says:
An easy way to clean it is to "grind" up some small chunks of old bread - this will gently remove most of those oily grounds off the inside of the chamber. White bread is best :-) I'm still trying to figure out what to do with all those coffee-flavoure breadcrumbs though!
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